This existential nonlinear Pre-Code melodrama has remained largely unseen, but the film is just as exciting to watch today as it was in 1933.
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Film historian and TCM host Alicia Malone discusses what makes 'Women Make Film' different from other film documentaries and what we can learn from old movies.
Mark Cousins' documentary and TCM's accompanying programming expands the reach of conventional film education to a wider audience with a more diverse slate of movies.
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From old Hollywood releases on television to the new Spike Lee Joint on Netflix, we look at how watching movies at home has evolved since the 1950s.
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